Find this fabulous Victorian townhouse in a row of 4 on the iconic West End overlooking awe-inspiring seafront views and Snowdonia mountain range in the vibrant town of Beaumaris, ideal for a family retreat to the Isle of Anglesey.
The lovely holiday home of Morlais welcomes you via an exciting main road and through a quiet front garden, finding a convenient cloakroom and utility room on the ground floor for you to freshen up.
Rustle up a delicious group meal in the large kitchen/diner, fitted with a plethora of contemporary amenities, as well as a casual breakfast bar, and an intimate dining table for special occasions.
Alternatively, dine alfresco in your own private courtyard, boasting outdoor seating alongside pretty pathways and lovely shrubs.
Take your pick between two marvellous sitting rooms, both with woodburning stoves and plush sofas, the ground-floor sitting room houses a tranquil window seat and TV for film nights, whilst the first-floor sitting room benefits from a fabulous balcony with breath-taking views out to the sparkling sea and mountains.
Also on this floor is a king-size bedroom, a twin room and a bathroom, whilst the second-floor hosts a super-king-size bedroom, a king-size with its own en-suite bathroom, and another sumptuous bathroom, offering a flexible sleeping arrangement for all.
Get to know your local area and stroll into the centre of Beaumaris to find an abundance of bustling amenities such as shops, supermarkets, restaurants, pubs, and café, as well as a lively pier and an expansive area of sandy and shingle beaches.
Immerse yourself in the rich history of the area and visit Beaumaris Gaol, the Old Court House Museum, Baron Hill Golf Club, Beaumaris Castle, or choose to take a leisurely boat trip for a unique experience at Puffin Island.
Hike up your walking boots and venture along the Anglesey Coastal Path, taking your pick between which beach you want to relax in at Trearddur Bay, Rhosneigr Beach, and Red Wharf Bay.
More adventure can be found at Eithinog North Wales Wildlife Trust Nature Reserve or at National Trust's Penrhyn Castle, whilst a short trip to the port town of Holyhead takes you out on scenic ferry trips over to Dublin for the day.
Explore the popular town of Menai Bridge and find must-see attractions including the Menai Bridge Heritage Museum, Plas Cadnant Hidden Gardens, Pili Palas butterfly palace, and the National Trust's Caeau Glan-y-mor nature reserve, as well as even more dining and shopping options.
Choose to cross the Menai Bridge over to the cathedral city of Bangor, or drive over to the Snowdonia National Park for an adventurous day discovering incredible scenery, tall peaks, challenging walking and cycling trails and plenty of outdoor adventure.
Make memories for a lifetime at Morlais.